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Omnimac 3DR Pitot Tube Mount v1.2

by GuyMcCaldin, published

Omnimac 3DR Pitot Tube Mount v1.2 by GuyMcCaldin Oct 12, 2013
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Omnimac 3DR Pitot Tube Mount v1.2 by GuyMcCaldin is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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Mount for the 3DR airspeed sensor.

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Print at 45°, so that the seam between top and bottom parts is level with the print bed. Use the included template to cut a ~10mm recess into wing or fuselage. Insert the pitot tube through the 'top' part, and then snap into 'bottom' part. Glue into airframe.

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And where is the place for the static tube? (I have 2 of them - dynamic and static)

hello thanks for the mount
i tried to print it and the guy who will print it told me " issues printing the "cutout_template" can you check the design with the guys in thingiverse. " any idea's ?

Hi mfd87,
Hmm, not sure what the problem could be. It's a fairly simple part to print, but because it's rather thin, it's possible that if he is trying to print it using PLA with a raft, it might be difficult to remove from the raft. If you can give me a bit more information, I'd be happy to try and work the issues out.

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